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  • Inevitable Success Monday Jul 23 2018

    Entrepreneurship called Eric Espinosa's name for the first time when Espinosa was in fourth grade. Now, as an aspiring serial entrepreneur, he has already started and ended several ventures, and has plenty of bright ideas for future success.


  • Happiness in Hard Work Monday Jul 16 2018

    Holly Jenkins packed up her bags and moved across the country alone at eighteen years old. Now, she has been working for the Department of Management for nineteen years.


  • Thompson Named Interim Dean Tuesday Jun 12 2018

    Michael P. Thompson will serve as interim dean from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018. Steve Glover and Keith Vorkink will continue to serve as associate deans.


  • Success by Chocolate Monday Jun 11 2018

    Partnering with his mother, BYU Marriott alum Sterling Jones co-founded JoJo's Chocolate, a healthy treat company aiming to replace sugar cravings.


  • Robots: A New Method of Learning Thursday Jun 07 2018

    EI Robotics, a company started by BYU students, has created an interactive robot to help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) learn foundational skills.


  • Jamaican Universities Take Home the Gold Tuesday Jun 05 2018

    Usain Bolt has nothing on the two teams of Jamaican student entrepreneurs who dominated the Rollins Center's International Business Model Competition.


  • New Dean Announced Wednesday May 23 2018

    Brigham Young University Academic Vice President Jim R. Rasband has announced that Brigitte C. Madrian has been named the ninth dean of the BYU Marriott School of Business.


  • Second-Time SEOY Tuesday May 22 2018

    In 2016, Sam Ballard took home the title of Student Entrepreneur of the Year for his dental lab. This year, the entrepreneurship senior was crowned champion for the second time.


  • Alum Brings Characters to Life Friday May 04 2018

    Ashley Emig helps ideas and concepts come alive in a retail store near you.


  • Student Startup Opening Doors Thursday Apr 19 2018

    A group of BYU students are sweeping entrepreneur competitions and making life easier for wheelchair users with a new innovative device.


  • Students Dive In at NVC Tuesday Apr 17 2018

    There were a number of judges swimming around the tank looking for a great startup to attack with an award at the New Venture Challenge.


  • BYU Startup Wins U of U Competition Monday Apr 09 2018

    Portal (formerly Piero), a student startup developing a revolutionary way to open doors for wheelchair users, took home the $40,000 grand prize and more at the 2018 Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.


  • Entrepreneurship Skills Shared Globally Wednesday Mar 28 2018

    Professor Chad Carlos is making the world his campus by teaching BYU Marriott entrepreneurship principles across the globe.


  • A Smarter Life Alert Friday Mar 02 2018

    Do you know an elderly person who is at risk of falling? Katie Strobel and her Crocker Fellows team created a low-cost Apple Watch app to help.


  • CET's Entrepreneurial Explosion Tuesday Jan 30 2018

    An eruption occurred at FUSION, billed as Utah's largest entrepreneurial networking event.


  • Top BYU Marriott Stories of 2017 Friday Dec 29 2017

    Name changes, rankings, awards and more—here is the list of the top BYU Marriott School of Business stories of 2017.


  • Entrepreneurship Programs Ranked Top Ten Tuesday Nov 14 2017

    BYU Marriott undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship programs have been ranked No. 3 and No. 6, respectively, in The Princeton Review’s annual list.


  • Return on Impact Monday Nov 13 2017

    Entrepreneurship student Morgan Glessing and his team have a plan to (literally) open the doors of possibilities at every college campus nationwide.


  • CET Hosts Big Idea Pitch Thursday Nov 02 2017

    What big problem-solving ideas did students pitch in just ninety seconds at this year's competition?


  • CET Hosts Carnival-Themed Kickoff Monday Oct 09 2017

    The Rollins Center recently cured carnival cravings while creating a buzz for entrepreneurship across campus.